The Douyin blush trend is the latest beauty hack to fill TikTok's airways. All it takes is a strategically placed blush to create a sun-kissed look that's giving sunburn blush a run for its money.
Lauren Stretch, a beauty expert from Revolution Beauty, explained everything you need to know about Douyin Blush, from where it came from to the best TikTok videos for seeing it in action, as well as her favorite product for creating the Douyin blush look.
What is the current trend of Douyin blushes?
The Douyin blush trend originated in China, according to Stretch. It has since been carried from China to Korea, Japan, and the United Kingdom, and has now officially reached the United States.
The Douyin Blush trend is a new kind of blush application that involves applying the product all over your face. Much like the sunburn blush trend, the Douyin Blush trend calls for blushing up your cheekbones, nose, and chin to create a sun-kissed doll-like appearance.
What is the effect of the Douyin Blush trend?
The Douyin Blush trend is a trend that's blowing up because it looks so good. Stretch explains that by extending the usual blush placement to all the points on the face that the sun naturally hits, it creates a super cohesive, sun-kissed appearance.
Douyin blushes: how do you do it?
The Douyin Blush trend isnt difficult to recreate, although it does require some skill. Stretch advises you to start with bare skin or a makeup base, then create a small V shape on your cheekbones, chin, and the tip of your nose. and add a little more to just above the outer corners of your eyes.
After blending out your Vs, grab a dampened beauty blender and blend it out. Stretch advises using your fingers to give a natural, lightweight finish to the skin. Work in layers until you reach the intensity you desire.
What are the best oils to use to achieve the Douyin blush trend?
Stretch notes that the color you use does not matter because it will melt seamlessly into both bare skin and a makeup base. Powder blushes arent your friends for Douyin blush, as it does not give the dewy appearance that is so important.
Stretch has just what the doctor ordered: a Revolutions Blush Bomb, which is buildable, lightweight, and has a doe-foot applicator [for] tactical V placements, according to the lady.
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Briones, who makes the Douyin blush very non-blotchy, used Romands Zero Velvet Tint Baked Series #14 in Pecan Tarte. For a more fuchsia touch to your complexion, try KVDs Mod-Con Liquid Gel. It's a highly pigmented formula so use caution while applying.
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